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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1902)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JULY IS, 1902,
Clearing Sale !
Items of Inttrut as
Ladies $i.oo Wrappers reduced to 7Sc.
1.25 " " " 9Sc
1.75 " " " -38
Special Job of
25 dozen would sell regular at
10c, special at 5c.
25 dozen sell regularly at' 25c,
special at 15c.
$1 00 shirt waists reduced
1 25 " " "
, .... "
Gallon peeled peaches 33c.
California lemon cling peaches
i2ilc, 18c and 22c per can
California Apricots, Plums and
Pears iajc per can.
Gallon Appies 25c.
NEW WASH GOODS !
July Clearing prices at 5c, 9c, 14c, 20c,
Didities, Swisses, Ducks, Silk Ginghams, Batistes, Grenadines Mercer
ized, Tissues, Ginghams, Etc.
Tlio town is pretty quiet tliuso days.
G lodell shipped :i sar of hogs to
O. A. Easteiioy litis purchased tlio
Hubert Taylor farm for $3,000 cash.
(iood farm hand urn iti demand at
$2.") per month. Who sav& wages have
not raised, along with pi ices of meats?
K II. Fox and W. E 'I'liorno mnikot
ed some fat hogs at $7. 10.
C. II. Fit?. & Co. commenced thresh-
! ing wlicat for Win. Dennett VV dues-
day. Thoy nro the first in tho Held in
Mr. Fit, and helpers of Itod Cloud
aro ilnishing up James Lockhart's
house and expect to have the carpen
ter work dono this week.
Mrs. (ioodell and Mrs. Easterly drove
over to Blue Hill Saturday.
Charles Mooro of Guide Hock is
stopping at the homo of Mr. Best.
Ed Doylo took tlio passenger for
Campbell Saturday evening.
From the number of threshing ma
chines in this vicinity, indications are
that there will bo a merry time in tlio
field this season.
James McBiide has accepted a posi
tion with the east elevator.
C. Spence and wife drovo to the
county seat Monday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wayman, a
daughter, usual Nebraska weight.
Dr. Townsend of Campbell was vis
iting patients in this vicinity Sunday.
For a few days it has not rained.
The school board held another meet
ing Mouday evening.
.sick at present and wo all miss his
"hello" on tlio street.
Miss Nulliii Fowler eiiinu in from
Edgar Monday for a visit with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fowler.
E 1'. Foo accepted thu position of as
sistant postmaster last Monday.
I'lio f i lends of Mrs, C. E. Putnam
will lie glad to learn that shu is rapidly
recovering and will soon bu able to be
Misses F.llis and Lunnlu Hagor wont
to Franklin Wednesday for a visit with
Tlio Cowles baseball club wont to
Superior to play last Friday ami met
with their lirst defeat. Score, 5 to 1.
The boys sneak highly of their treat
ment by the Superior boys.
George Holt shipped a car of cattle
The south elevator is noariog com
pletion and will have doubled its ca
pacity when finished.
The peoplo of this vicinity aro very
glad of the addition of a butcher shop
to (iood & Bennett's Btoro.
Mrs. Lou Dual entertained ton of her
lady frionds at her homo last Friday.
Carpet rag sowing was tho order of the
day. A prizo was given lor tho ono
who sowed tho most rags, and Miss
Lennio Hagor won by sowing threo and
one-half pounds. A sumptuous dinner
was served to which tho young ladies
4c per yd.
American Girl Shoe, every
pair stamped $2.50, special
clearing prices, $1.98.
Were 25c to 30c, special
out price, per yard
Weather wnrni and plenty of rain.
After this week harvesting will bo a
thing of tho past.
About twenty-livo young persons
were tho guests of C. Shuck this week
and had a good time. Ico cream and
cako were served.
Lon Wilmott bought twelve calves
ono day this week. Ho paid 813 per
head tor tho best.
Maxtor Hoy Shuck is tho ownor of a
Al Sloby bus commenced work with
his now threshing outlit. Ho is thresh
log for Georgo Lindsay, near Hed
Cloud this week.
Tho Frill's' how havo comuiencod
work with their threshing outfit.
Tho Van Dyko brothers bad two
harvesters cutting grain .'or them this
Daniel Norrls lost four acres of pota
toes from tho high water last week.
C. Shuck has cut tho second crop of
alfalfa and it will go two tons to the
Mr. Zalman has dono somo good
work on tho roads this week.
Lon Wilmott will commenco work on
tho roads as soon as harvesting is over.
Frionds havo received word that
Milton Uu th do is in poor health this
summer and unable to do any work.
C. L. Eddy has sold his placn and
gono to southern Kansas to look up a
Wesley Wilson has moved into his
Fat Gilroy left Thursday for Ne
York City to meet his sister-in-law,
from tho old country.
Sunday was Brother Kees' day at the
Will Tabor's tew steam threshing
outlit was unloaded Tuesday,
(Jeorgo Hummel left for his future
homo in Indian territory Saturday
evening. Wo are sorry to lose him.
Art Wolcott has a hard time fixing
tho roads since tho high water.
Tho B, & M. has n gang of men hero
concreting tho roadbed, and somo of it
wouldn't hurt our streets.
C. Hunter will soon commenco to
remodel his new storo room.
Mrs. Fannio Turkington and family
returned to tbelr home in Alma after a
week's visit with hr mother, Mrs. G.
Cultivating corn is tho order of the
day again, as many left tho cornfields
to take care of tho crop of small grain.
Now we aro boasting that part of our
crops aro made. Tho ryo and wheat
aro in the shock and the early potato
is extra good and our oats bid fair to
bo tho best crop wo have raised since
1802, and thev will do to bind in one
week, so they are about made. A lot
of our early patches of corn aro tas
seled and Biking, and in tho main
fields it is nearly all getting over tho
turnback and the cultivators break
considerable of it.
The second crop of alfalfa is nearly
ready to cut and tho spring sowing is
looking nice. Almost every fanner has
a lot or pasture of it for his hogs and,
whilo corn is high and scarce, when
you walk through your lot you can see
your hogs winking at you and imagine
you hear them say: "Wo aro all right
ond fat enough without corn."
Sovoral from this township attondod
normal Oto and Will Frazior, Wirt
Stevons Miss Emma Molino and many
J. T. Fruit and son bought a new
stoam threshing outfit last year, and
now AlbortSlaby has also bought one.
Tho annual school mootings aro of
great importanco this year and any
man who neglects attending tho moot
ing will regret it for ono year at least.
Wra. Scrivnor is at work at his trado
near Inavale, helping build a very largo
Thero will bo several now residences
and barns built on our crcok this fall.
Wo aro having regular Nebraska
weather this week.
Everybody is busy finishing whoat
Charles Crabill has boon shocking
wheat for Ed Hoiher.
James Mcl'arlland marketed somo
tino shoats tho first of tho week.
Tho people all say tho roads aro tho
roughest right now they evor kuow
them to be.
Mrs. Kellet worked in tho harvest
tield this weok.
Albert Green, tho fruit treo man,
was canvassing in these parts rues-day.
Charles Fitz and father went up to
Bladen Tuesday to start their thresh
Francis Smith has been having somo
trouble with his calves. Thoy got too
much alfalfa, and one died, whilo somo
othors aro very sick.
Henry Harris commenced stacking
his wheat tho lirst of tho week.
Mr. Martin finished cutting Arthur
Bradshaw's wheat on the Crone farm
The danco al John Brush's last Sat
urday night was a success, thirty tick
ets boing sold.
Ed Dickson finished cutting his wheat
Saturday night just in time to got tin
hitched bofoio Sunday.
(ico. Winton says ho has lost 100
bushels of potatoes by rotting.
Mrs. Chas. Harrington loft on tho
2uVi train Monday morning for York to
see her mother, who is very ill.
Mrs. Noah CralTord is on the sick
John Waller commonced the season's
threshing at E. Fawcett's on Wednes
day. Ho has a now engine and is pre
pared to do the host of work.
Robert Hall camo in from Lincoln
last weok and mado his parents a short
Frei Fuller roturnod to his home in
Bethany Heights last Monday after a
visit with relatives here.
Toe little son of John Storey is quite
The weather seems more settled now.
Harvesting is drawing to a closo.
Threshing has commenced.
Warren Vancoof Guido Hock attend
ed church at Eckley Sunday
J. B, Hcevo has routed the J. E.
Hauglit placo for tho coming year.
J. II. Parsons has bought a threshing
J. E. Butler and family took dinner
at A. Bragg's, in Boavor Creek town
ship, Suuday, and attended tho Sunday
school rally in Guido Hock in the after
noon, John KoDzac, wifo and daughter
Mary visited at tho homo of J. H.
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of the books we have
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Tho Fortunes of NIkoI Scott
llcjoml tlio City (3) A. Cotian Doyle
Strang Secrcta A. C'onan Doylo
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